For the ladies who golf, it is the time of year to start wearing a golf sweater. With the arrival of fall and the cooler days, especially the mornings, a sweater is going to be needed to fend off the chill.
October is the month of transitional weather. It often is a mixture of both warm and cool days. A time of year when both summer and fall clothing is needed. During the fall, a lot of people begin the process of putting summer clothes in storage and pulling out fall-winter clothing.
When switching wardrobes, it is the perfect time to gather up clothing pieces you haven’t worn in awhile, or don’t fit, and donate them to a charity or goodwill store. Golf clothing that doesn’t fit properly can actually hinder your performance on the course. Ease of movement is important to your golf swing.
If you are building a wardrobe for golfing, then you will need a couple of good fitting golf sweaters. When engaged in an outdoor sport or activity on cold weather days, you will need to dress in layers. After playing a few holes of golf, you may need to remove your sweater. Be sure you properly store it, and other layered clothing items, after removing.
Golf bags are the frequent place a lot of golfers put their sweaters when no longer needed for the day. Waterproof golf bags work really well with providing protection for your accessories from the rain. Not everyone has such a bag, so the next best thing is to carefully fold your sweater, or other clothing item, and put it in a plastic bag before placing in your golf bag.
Likely, you will need to spend more money when buying a golf sweater than with other golf attire, like a tee shirt or polo shirt for golfing. Most of them will probably require dry-cleaning. Generally speaking, the majority of sweaters cannot be dried in a dryer. It is indeed painful to pull a shrunken sweater out of the dryer. If you are not sure on how to clean your sweater, then choose the safe option and take it to the cleaners.